Indonesian Nonprofit Takes Operations to the Cloud

Indonesian nonprofit YCAB Foundation has been expanding rapidly, and needed its IT to match the demands from its work. Learn how Microsoft has helped transform its IT to enable better programs and reach more underserved youth.

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Powering the World’s First Smart Nation

Microsoft is collaborating with the National University of Singapore to fulfil Singapore’s vision as a Smart Nation, as well as further data science education and research in the country. Find out more about this partnership.

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#ExpertSchool: Crescent Girls’ School Transforms Learning with Technology

Since 2003, Crescent Girls’ School has been integrating technology into every aspect of its curriculum to revolutionise education and develop 21st Century skills. Take a look at how this Singapore-based secondary school digitalise learning and transform its environments.

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#ExpertSchool: Opaheke School Enhances Learning through Technology

  New Zealand’s Opaheke School abides by a simple yet powerful vision: to empower its community of learners to confidently meet the challenges of the 21st century. “The workplace of the future is changing rapidly, and we should equip students with the right skills from a young age to help them prepare for their success…

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#HowDoYouDoIt: Making Classrooms Smarter with Technology

From presentations to mobile apps, technology has crept its way into many educator’s teaching methods, who are recognising its role in transforming education and improving their students’ learning experience. Find out how educators in Asia Pacific are incorporating technology in their classes.

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The Mindset for a Tech-Driven Education

The technological revolution is shifting paradigms on the way we live, work and relate to one another. Three educationalists talk about the mindset to have in approaching education of the future.   Be open, because no one really knows what will happen There is no way to predict the future since it will be dramatically…

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3 Ed-tech Trends in APAC

  As Information and Communication Technology (ICT) becomes an integral part of our lives, educators have been re-examining their beliefs of epistemology and pedagogy, resulting in some dramatic reforms. The effects are nowhere more keenly felt than in Asia, with its large 600 million K-12 students, and challenges in providing equal access to educational opportunities….

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